Matteo Fuoli is a doctoral candidate in English Language and Linguistics at the Centre for Languages and Literature, Lund University, and has recently been appointed Lecturer in Corpus-based Discourse Analysis in the English and Applied Linguistics Department at the University of Birmingham (UK). He is primarily interested in exploring how business organizations use discourse to negotiate public trust and social legitimacy. His research interests also include evaluation, corpus methodology, and multimodal metaphor.
Other tasks and qualifications
PRIZES AND AWARDS
I have received the following awards:
- Best PhD presentation award - RaAM 11 international conference, Berlin, 1-4 July 2016.
- John Sinclair best early-career paper award - ICAME 34 international conference, Santiago de Compostela, Spain, 22-26 May 2013.
I have taught on several courses at undergraduate, graduate, and post-graduate level. Below is a summary of the courses I have been involved in. Some of the courses were offered more than once.
- Introduction to Semantics and Pragmatics (Undergraduate level)
- Discourse Semantics (Graduate and Postgraduate level)
- Discourse Analysis (Undergraduate level)
- Introduction to Corpus Linguistics (Undergraduate level)
- Corpus Linguistics workshop (Undergraduate level)
- Academic writing (Undergraduate level)
- Academic writing for students of Physics (Undergraduate level)
- English for Engineers (Undergraduate level)
- Popular science writing (Postgraduate level)
In addition to these courses I have also supervised two B.A. theses, and co-supervised two M.A. theses.